Tenants Surveying Advice


Get a free quick quote todayIf you are taking on a leased property this will normally have a full repairing and insuring lease known as an FRI lease and as such you will be liable to carry out repairs and maintenance on the property. You can limit this by having a Schedule of Condition prepared. We are more than happy to do this and we prepare lots of Schedules of Condition. We consider our Schedules of Conditions to be very detailed which limits your future liability. At the end of the lease it is likely that your landlord will serve a dilapidations notice on you. If they do we are more than happy to help you negotiate the liability.

To discuss this in more detail please Free Phone a surveyor on 0800 298 5424.

Click on the links below to find out more about Dilapidations

Beware of the Late Served Schedule of Dilapidations by the Landlord

Break Clauses, Are they Worth it?

Dilapidations for Tenants and Leaseholders

Dilapidations in a nutshell for tenants and leaseholders

Dilapidations, two for the price of one

Dilaps Break Clauses

Dilaps Claim

Dilaps Disagreements on the Repairs Needed

Dilaps Dilaps Help Course Book, Comments by Vivien King

Do not let the end of your lease end your business

How do Civil Procedure Laws Affect Dilapidations

How to read a Dilapidations Schedule

Interim Dilapidations

RICS Guidance Notes on Dilapidations

Terminal Schedules of Dilapidations

The RICS Dilapidations Guidance Note by Vivien King

Vivian King on RICS Guidance Note and Dilaps


Lease Negotiations with your Landlord

My First Lease What Should I Do?

Negotiating FRI Lease Clauses

Negotiating with a Landlord

The Lazy Solicitor and the Lease

What landlords know but seem to have forgotten

Why Advanced Rent